Thu, June 6th

AMIR GWIRTZMAN Live

gypsy jazz jazz latin r&b TICKETS

Doors 10:00pm
Show 10:30pm
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door


AMIR GWIRTZMAN LIVE AT DROM 

Amir Gwirtzman, world renowned Israeli multi-culti jazz artist, plays more than 20 different woodwinds, reeds, horns, pipes, flutes and percussion instruments as a one-man band called Inhale-Exhale. Gwirtzman infuses Inhale-Exhale with a combination of R&B, jazz and rhythms of Cuban jazz, along with Middle Eastern, Gypsy, Jewish klezmer, Armenian, Irish Celtic and Native American influences.

"One of Israel's leading jazz musicians...a kind of cultural ambassador for the Jewish state..."- The Jewish Week NY
His recent Town Hall and Joe's Pub {New York Times} appearances were sold out and he is honored to be performing at the renowned world music venue DROM on Thursday, June 6th.

Of the Presidential Featured Artist Concert Series, Gwirtzman has also performed and recorded with many artists, such as Philip Glass, Mino Cinelu, Johnny Almendra (Ray Barreto & Mongo Santamaria's Big-Band), as well as some of Israel's finest musicians, including Rita, Shlomo Artzi, Rami Kleinstein, Yehuda Poliker, Arik Einstein, Shalom Hanoch, Shlomi Shabbat, Gidi Gov and Ofra Haza.

5 Reasons you should know Amir Gwirtzman:1. This one-man band of 25+ woodwind & percussion instruments, was dubbed "cultural ambassador" by The Jewish Week.2. PBS Interview3. Amir played saxophone at the White House for Bill Clinton, a personal fan.4. Amir's CD "Inhale Exhale" {Woods Talk/Virtual} was chosen by Amazon as a World Music Priority New Release.5. He recently headlined the prestigious Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and participated in Germany's 20 Days of Jewish Culture where he performed to a standing-room-only crowd who demanded several encores. Live Footage

"Before leaving this earth it is imperative to experience the music and certainly a live performance of Amir Gwirtzman." - Jewish Star

"From the music of incomprehensible languages, Gwirtzman breathes the universally understood melody of humanity..." - PBS, Alabama

"One of Israel's leading jazz musicians...a kind of cultural ambassador for the Jewish state..."- The Jewish Week NY

"Music tradition meets 21st-century technology as this gifted Israeli jazz artist performs on 20 instruments, instantly recording one part atop another until the music crescendos into an orchestra of sound, a blend of rhythms, melody and harmony."- Jerusalem Post